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|Title:||An approach without using hardy inequality for the linear heat equation with singular potential|
|Author:||Ferreira, Lucas C. F.|
Mesquita, Cláudia Aline A. S.
|Abstract:||The aim of this paper is to employ a strategy known from fluid dynamics in order to provide results for the linear heat equation ut - Δu - V(x)u = 0 in ℝn with singular potentials. We show well-posedness of solutions, without using Hardy inequality, in a framework based in the Fourier transform, namely, PMk-spaces. For arbitrary data u0 ∈ PMk, the approach allows to compute an explicit smallness condition on V for global existence in the case of V with finitely many inverse square singularities. As a consequence, well-posedness of solutions is obtained for the case of the monopolar potential with . This threshold value is the same one obtained for the global well-posedness of L2-solutions by means of Hardy inequalities and energy estimates. Since there is no any inclusion relation between L2 and PMk, our results indicate that λ* is intrinsic of the PDE and independent of a particular approach. We also analyze the long-time behavior of solutions and show there are infinitely many possible asymptotics characterized by the cells of a disjoint partition of the initial data class PMk|
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